Hipsterhood, is probably the best way to describe this fun and vibrant neighborhood! It is a great area to shop for hip and trendy goods. It is also a fun place to people watch! But most of all it’s a neighborhood not to be missed.
It is the place that most of the youngsters hang, it has a very cool vibe and on Sundays it is full of lots of interesting characters from all walks of life. Try to go to the toilets in the big shopping mall, they look like something out of Star trek.
This place is easily accessible . Trendy street and what’s captured me more is the different varieties of food offered at the location .
If you are into American brand , go for it.
There is an American village near Shinsaibashi, Osaka, Japan, where the buildings and street decorations are filled with American street styles of the 1960s and 1970s. There aren’t many Chinese tourists who visit this American Village. You will find more Japanese and European people here as you walk the streets. This "village" is a place that young people like, and there are many items imported from the United States. In addition, there are many authentic restaurants and coffee shops. There are also some flagship stores of well-known brands in the neighbourhood. It is convenient if you want to shop or have a bite to eat. Like other parts of Japan, the American village's goods are basically clearly priced, so you know how much tax you need to pay. There are many creative statues in the American village, such as skateboarding ladies, three or four-story slender villains, and so on. If you are traveling to Osaka, and have some time to spare, go to the American village and have a taste of the American Village. It is also a good experience.
America Mura refers to the area near Shinsaibashi in Osaka. It takes on a very different style from the adjacent popular Shinsaibashi Shopping Street and the elegant Midosuji Boulevard. The area is filled with hundreds of boutique stores, restaurants, and special hotels, and the American style of the pedestrians will make you feel like you are walking the streets of America.